Lena Headey’s first wrestling match
Review: In ‘Fighting With My Family,’ WWE dreams turn real
Even the most eccentric passions of working-class England — long a favored reservoir of feel-good underdog tales — have seldom featured as much spandex as "Fighting With My Family."
Stars react to nominations for the 70th Emmy Awards
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Stars react to Thursday's 70th Primetime Emmy Award nominations:
"I was outside trying to get my puppy to poop on the grass so, very romantic lifestyle that I lead!" — David Harbour, up for best supporting actor in a drama series for "Stranger Things," on the moment he heard he was nominated, in an interview.
Sophie Turner: Game of Thrones is a blessing and curse
Sophie Turner said being in 'Game of Thrones' is both a "blessing and a curse".
The 21-year-old actress has portrayed Sansa Stark in the hit HBO show since season one and is currently filming for the eighth and final season, and the popularity of the show attracted a number of great actors including Peter Dinklage and Lena Headey.
After a fire-breathing classic, where does ‘Thrones’ go next?
Daenerys soared, Drogon roared and hundreds of hapless Lannister soldiers were turned into extra crispy fries on Sunday’s “Game of Thrones.”
Once again the Emmy-award winning HBO fantasy drama took the bar for small-screen spectacle, raised it and then chucked it out the window.
The battle between Daenerys’ (Emilia Clarke) Dothraki warriors and the Lannister forces — with one terrifying dragon spiraling in the skies — was years in the making and yet played completely new and unexpected.
Game of Thrones’ Sophie Turner says Sansa is ‘woke now’
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Sansa Stark is woke now, Alfie Allen has a cute dog and everyone got sick of answering all those questions about whether Jon Snow was dead or alive, but little else was revealed at the annual "Game of Thrones" panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday.
‘Game of Thrones’ debut draws record 10.1 million viewers
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Women dominate Westeros as never before, and it's the same with the "Game of Thrones" ratings.
The HBO drama's seventh-season premiere last weekend drew a record-setting 10.1 million viewers, according to Nielsen company figures released Tuesday.
That eclipsed previous top-rated "Game of Thrones" episodes, including the 8.11 million who watched the season five finale in 2015 and the 8 million who tuned in to that year's opener.
What to watch this week: Struggle for the ‘Iron Throne’ continues
The wait is over.
Well, almost. Sunday, when “Game of Thrones” returns for its penultimate seventh season – and a truncated one at that, at a mere seven episodes – it paves the way for the ultimate showdown for the Iron Throne. What happens in this season – enemies become allies, family members choose opposite sides, dragons make mayhem in the sky – takes care of business and sets the stage for the eighth and final season, even shorter with only six installments.
“When you play the Game of Thrones, you win or you die. There is no middle ground.”
— Cersei (Lena Headey) to Ned (Sean Bean) during season one of HBO’s “Game of Thrones.”
W inter is finally here.
And at long last, HBO’s Emmy Award-winning “Game of Thrones” is back (Sunday at 9 p.m.) with seven episodes in its penultimate season.
How far has the premium cable channel gone to ensure secrecy?
Lena Headey had post partum depression during Game of Thrones
Lena Headey was diagnosed with "horrendous" postnatal depression when she joined 'Game of Thrones'.
The 43-year-old actress had recently welcomed her six-year-old son Wylie into the world with her ex-husband Peter Loughran - who she divorced in 2013 - when she won the role of Cersei Lannister in the fantasy drama but was in a "weird" place emotionally and when she underwent a compulsory medical check prior to filming she discovered she had the mental health illness.
SideTrack: Julian Edelman, Lena Headey, Shellee Mendes and more...
MAN ABOUT TOWN: Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman decided to stage a scavenger hunt for fans. He hid signed JE11 merch in different locations throughout downtown Boston — from the Common to the North End — and posted clues that would lead his Instagram followers to the goods. There were three lucky winners who went home with Edel-gear, including shirts and hats. All due respect to “The Catch” master, but this marketing move looks an awful lot like the used Ugg stunt Tom Brady carried out back in December. Seems #11 wants to be just like big brother Brady.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Game of Thrones" will be back in action in July.
HBO said Thursday that the series will return for its seventh season on July 16.
The season will be the next-to-last for the fantasy saga based on George R.R. Martin's novels. It will include seven episodes instead of the usual 10 and is debuting later than seasons past. They had usually begun in spring.
Games of Thrones villain blasts politicians over refugees
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